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Cultural studies in education: insights for the mixed methods researcher

Loraine D. Cook, Vimala Judy Kamalodeen, Ingrid E. Hunt-Anderson, Tashane Haynes-Brown, Leemoy Weaver, Steve R. Weaver, Lamoine Samuel Lee

Leemoy Weaver


International Encyclopedia of Education

Fourth Edition

Robert J Tierney, Fazal Rizvi and Kadriye Ercikan


Mixed methods research (MMR) is important in facilitating a productive coexistence among research traditions in cultural studies and navigating the continuum between qualitative and quantitative approaches. This chapter draws on three empirical studies found in the literature to highlight the usefulness of MMR in cultural studies in education in three domains: multicultural, intercultural, and cross-cultural. We discuss the value of declaring paradigms in MMR and illustrate how MMR is used to investigate issues and phenomena in cultural studies in educational contexts. We also discuss how intentional integration in MMR can illuminate nuances of a phenomenon that cannot be achieved using mono-methods.



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